Go with your Gut
Being a teenage can be tricky. It’s a time of learning, experimenting and pressure – usually from other people, like friends, parents or the world around them. Sprite believes teens should be true to themselves and trust their own instincts –or go with their gut.
• TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:
A Video File must be submitted – the Video file (s) must be no more than the maximum duration stated in the Competition Brief (all copyrighted material will be removed).
The Video file size should be kept at or under 100 MB for quicker upload/encoding time (max file size is 300MB). Video Files must be provided in one of the following file formats: .MPG; .MOV; .AVI; .WMV; .MP4; .M4V
Finalists may be asked to provide the original audio and video files used during production of the entry for broadcast purposes. This may include uncompressed QuickTime files, final audio mix and/or separate audio tracks for dialogue, music, and effects. These items are not mandatory to become a Finalist
• ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Submission must be primarily in English or subtitled.
For the Beijing video contest, Sprite wants short films of 90 seconds or less that show those crucial moments when a teenager can chose to follow your gut, or ignore it.
Over the age of 16 at the date of entry.
Unless otherwise stated in The Brief the Judging Criteria (“Judging Criteria”) is as follows:
1. Originality and Creativity – 50%
2. Adherence to Creative Assignment – 50%
• Round trip travel for two people to Beijing with three nights hotel accommodation